Re: [86attendees] Carnival cruise engine problem affecting Orlando airport

Randall Gellens <randy@qti.qualcomm.com> Sat, 16 March 2013 22:55 UTC

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Subject: Re: [86attendees] Carnival cruise engine problem affecting Orlando airport
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At 9:17 AM -0400 3/16/13, Andrew G. Malis wrote:

>  At 8:45 this morning I just walked right through the area B 
> precheck, no line at all. The regular lines didn't look that long, 
> either.

At 1:30 PM today the entire check point area was a swarming madhouse 
of people, baby buggies, luggage, shoes strewn about.  The Pre-Check 
line was empty (it is noticeably thinner than the other lines -- 
perhaps those with Pre-Check tend not to be "passengers of size?").

>   Interestingly, they swabbed the hands of the woman who came after 
> me, I've never seen that at precheck before.

They do this every x person ("random check").

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